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Turkish lira: Quiz


Question 1:
Where does Turkish lira end?
6. FIR siding, Fall and French street

Question 2: The symbol is TL and the ________ code is TRY.
ISO 3166-1 alpha-2Pound sterlingEuroISO 4217

Question 3: In late December 2003, the ________ passed a law that allowed for the removal of six zeroes from the lira, and the creation of a new currency.
Federal Assembly of RussiaGrand National Assembly of TurkeyPolitics of TurkeyAssembly of the Republic (Northern Cyprus)

Question 4: To the dismay of the ________, the sizes and compositions of the 50 new kuruş and 1 new lira coins clearly resemble those of the €1 and €2 coins respectively.
EurozoneEuro GroupEconomic and Financial Affairs CouncilEuropean Central Bank

Question 5: It also caused trouble to businesses using ________ (particularly at airports) in the eurozone since a number of vending machines at the time accepted the 1 new lira coin as a €2 coin.
JapanFull-line vendingVending machineGermany

Question 6:
What is the currency of Turkish lira?
Turkish lira
Tuscan lira
Lira of Guastalla
Turkish lira, Syrian pound

Question 7: The silver and gold coinages ceased production as a consequence of the ________.
Caucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War I

Question 8: Until the 1930s, the ________ was used on Turkish coins and banknotes, with پاره for para, غروش for kuruş and ليرا for lira (تورك ليراسي for "Turkish lira").
Hebrew alphabetArabic alphabetSyriac alphabetArabic language

Question 9: From an average of 9 lira per ________ in the late 1960s, the currency came to trade at approximately 1.65 million lira per U.S.
Federal Reserve SystemUnited StatesHawaiiUnited States dollar

Question 10: The Turkish lira (Turkish: Türk lirası) is the currency of ________ and the de facto independent state of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Turkish peopleGreeceTurkeyCroatia


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